I work closely with employers, developers, funders, architects, contractors, sub-contractors and their in-house legal teams (together referred hereof to as the “Clients”) in their construction and engineering projects across a wide range of sectors, with a particular focus on hotels, leisure, hospitals, railway stations, airports, retails and infrastructure. I have a good experience in the Saudi and Jordanian Government Tenders and Procurement acts, the Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT), Jordanian civil act, the New Engineering Contract (NEC), the International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC rules 1999).I have also extensive in-depth experience in drafting, reviewing, amending and negotiating MOUs, deeds, legal correspondence, contracts and agreements, such as Consortium, Joint Venture, Project Joint Cooperation, Contractor, Sub-Contractor, Consultancy, Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure, as well as Tenders and Bids documentation. I always advise the clients on not only the jurisdiction, choice of law, litigation or arbitration and other legal terms and conditions but also commercial, financial and scope of works/services from a legal perspective.I frequently advise my clients on contentious and non-contentious legal matters regarding their projects, including local, national and global claims. In addition, I represent them before the local courts and arbitration tribunals. Furthermore, I assist on various cross-border matters. My practical practice spans a variety range of related-claims, such as payment disputes, penalties and liquidated damages, decennial liability, delay in delivery, site accidents, multi-party accident, insurable risks of losses and damages or personal injury, defective design, the extension of time claims, loss and expense, Force Majeure and Act of God, joint and several liabilities, fire and human error, uninsurable risks, initial handover and final delivery, lump sum and fixed price, back to back application, indemnities, warranties, letter of credits, bank guarrantees and bonds, subcontractor disputes, project risks, loss and expense, construction employment, soil and land problems such as caves and swelling, legal requirements of Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority SAGIA.Through early involvement, I resolve the issues of the projects by using practical solutions and providing guidance on the development of risk management and dispute avoidance strategies so that the clients retain control of their projects. Should further action become necessary, I regularly advise on identifying the most appropriate means of guiding the clients to a satisfactory outcome, whether that be by using commercial settlement, mediation, conciliation, negotiation, adjudication, arbitration and litigation.